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Happiness and Health

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A review of 225 studies in a current issue of a Psychological Bulletin published by the American Psychological Association, has found that cheerful people are more likely to try new things - and --challenge themselves, - which reinforces positive emotion - and leads to success in their work, as well as good relationships, strong, good health and a sense of purpose. The research, led by Dr Sonja Lyubmirsky, of the University of California, suggests--- that happy individuals--- are predisposed to seek out--- and undertake new goals in life -- and this reinforces positive emotions and tends to equate to longevity. Join Aging Younger Radio to learn the truth about happiness and how it effects your health.

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